Simple Baseline Out Basketball Inbounds Play for a Man Defense that utilizes a Flex cut get an open look on the block.
- This baseline out basketball inbounds play starts in a standard box set. You will probably want to put your best inside finisher in the position occupied by the 4 as they will be receiving the ball off of the flex cut.
- To start the play, the 4 pops to the corner and receives a pass from the inbounder (1) who then steps into the block The five clears to the weak side corner.
- In the animation, the 4 reverses to the 2 who is stationary on the elbow. I imagine the 2 will have to pop towards the wing in real life to get open. At the very least they will have to get open in some fashion.
- The ball is then reversed from the 2 to the 3 setting up the flex cut action with the 4 cutting to the strong side block off the 1’s flex screen.